Oelmann Elektronik: about the company

Oelmann Elektronik GmbH is a German company with extensive experience in the communications industry and strong background of OEM production and solution development.

We develop, manufacture, supply and maintain the systems and equipment of professional mobile communications, including turn−key and a custom−made solutions, worldwide.

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Facts

  • Founded: 1974
  • Location: Springe, Hannover area
  • Headquarter office: 450m 2
  • Production/labs: 1200m 2
  • Direct employees: 35
  • Activity: worldwide

Specialized

  • Development and manufacturing
  • Supplies, integration and maintenance
  • Training and support

Customers

  • Governmental, corporate and public services
  • Transport and utilities
  • Safety and healthcare
  • Industrial customers
  • Oil and gas

Departments

  • Research and development
  • Production
  • Sales
  • Purchasing
  • Dispatch / deliveries
  • Accounts and customer service
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing
  • Quality Management
  • Technical support
  • Training
  • Repair

Management

  • Evert ter Veen – CEO, Dipl.-Ing.
  • Dieter Buch – CEO, IT Specialist

History

  • 1974: Founded, in Bennigsen, Hannover area, by Robert Oelmann. The company supplied high quality radio products and solution to governmental, public and safety services, industrial customers
  • 1993: Software development covers not only the embedded area like standard micro–controller, but also DSP
  • 2005: New management is represented by Evert ter Veen and Dieter Buch
  • 2009: Transfer of licence for manufacturing, development and support of ACCESSNET product line from R&S Bick Mobilfunk GmbH to Oelmann Elektronik GmbH
  • 2014: Company relocation to Springe, to larger and modern premises
  • 2015: Development and production of new portable devices; a complete overhaul of the system and infrastructure subdivisions
  • 2016: Development and deliveries of BT-190 Phase II console, new TETRA and WLAN portable devices

References

Numerous joint development with reliable partners and installations in favor of industrial and special users, including:
  • 2001 Germany: BOS solutions supplier
  • 2006 Germany, Landkreis Hildesheim: complete state−wide digital paging system
  • 2006−2009 Motorola application/system partner: mobile development TETRA
  • 2009 Rohde & Schwarz Bick Mobilfunk: moving all licenses and further development/production of the entire ACCESSNET−MPT line of equipment to Oelmann
  • 2012−2015 Germany, Berlin: the processor modules, interfaces and basic software for the S-Bahn corporate trunking system
  • 2009−2015 Russia: manufacture and supply the nationwide corporate trunking system infrastructure, Bank of Russia, 56 complete trunking cells 3−8 carriers each, including complete mobile base station solutions. Operating as multiprotocol MPT1327IP/DMR Tier III/TETRA corporate system
  • 2012 Germany, Landkreis Cuxhaven: complete state−wide digital paging system
  • 2013 Airwave, Northwestern: TETRA messengers for ambulance services
  • 2014 Norway: delivery and maintenance the complete fleets of TETRA messengers, countrywide
  • 2015−2016 Germany: DVI IP-interconnections and BT-190 TETRA PEI/ACAPI consoles, Hytera
  • 2016 Netherlands: BT-190 Phase II / PEI interface racks supplier, C2000

Chronology, by devices and systems developed / produced by Oelmann Elektronik

  • 2017: SME Series portable devices
  • 2017: Digital Power Monitor (DPM) for any radio base station / transmitter
  • 2016: Complete line of the multichargers for all the Oelmann pagers
  • 2016: BT-190 Phase II TETRA desktop console
  • 2016: TETRA PEI-Gateway / DVS-card Phase II / ACAPI gateway
  • 2016: RFID modules / LX Series RFID pagers
  • 2016: TOM264 Embedded TETRA module
  • 2016: BOS-Krypto LX Series pagers
  • 2016: TPMS portable scanner
  • 2015: TME Messenger advanced
  • 2015: IS-340 BS Phase II
  • 2014: WLAN Messenger
  • 2013: TB–400 TETRA/DMR/MPT-IP complete trunking system
  • 2012: TME 260 ATEX TETRA pager
  • 2011: MPT1327–IP complete trunking system (previously known as ACCESSNET-MPT)
  • 2010: TETRA Pager / The Messenger (Oelmann TME/Viper Series)
  • 2009: GD 263 Large Information Display
  • 2008: LX2 / LX4 Synthesizer
  • 2007: PRS 341 Private Paging System
  • 2006: KH 150 Motorbike–Kit
  • 2005: IS 340 SIRIUS System TETRA–POCSAG
  • 2004: DVS 137 Transition–System
  • 2003: PS 621 TEM–Cell
  • 2002: NRS 162 Emergency Transmitter
  • 2001: DME 226 BOS–Pager / Firestorm III digital
  • 2001: ME 225 BOS–Pager / SkyfireII analog
  • 2000: Monitor–Receiver for Motorola / AEG
  • 1999: FSE 099 Hands–Free–Kit
  • 1998: DME 219 Desktop–Charger
  • 1997: BT 039 Dispatcher Console
  • 1996: MEKO 069 Direction Coupler
  • 1995: BOS–Funkmeldesystem (ME200/FME88/Skyfire)
  • 1994: DAG Relay Circuit
  • 1993: LG 9 Charger for Pager
  • 1992: DAG 100 En–/ de–coder
  • 1991: 6491 D UKW–Receiver
  • 1990: KE 70 Commander–Receiver 4–Chanel
  • 1988: FMS–Control–Station
  • 1988: P9 Telesignal Pager / AEG
  • 1987: QE 92 Monitor Receiver
  • 1986: Telesignal S Ex Decoder
  • 1985: KS 526 Ident memory En–/de–coder
  • 1984: FSU 048 Radio check clock
  • 1983: DAG 064 Digital Alarm En–/de–coder
  • 1982: DAG 70 En–/de–coder
  • 1981: QE 5 Monitor receiver
  • 1980: CTP 2003 Transmitter encoder
  • 1979: Teleboy 53 LS Pager
  • 1978: 515 Ident encoder
  • 1977: PKA 601 Test Decoder
  • 1976: SRG 290 B Alarm–encoder
  • 1975: AST 201 Control Point
  • 1974: ME 80 Pager

PMR Expo 2017 photos

PMR Expo 2016 photos

CCW 2016 photos

PMR Expo 2015 photos

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